Biblio

Found 256 results
Author Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
2008
Lytton, WW., Orman R., & Stewart M. (2008).  Broadening of activity with flow across neural structures. Perception. 37, 401-407.
Lytton, WW., Neymotin S., Lee HY., Uhlrich DJ., & Fenton AA. (2008).  Circuit changes augment disinhibited shock responses in computer models of neocortex. American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting. 3, 284.
Lytton, WW., Neymotin SA., Lee HK., Uhlrich DJ., & AA F. (2008).  Circuit changes augment disinhibited shock responses in computer models of neocortex. American Epilepsy Society Annual Meeting.
Günay, C., Smolinski TG., Lytton WW., Morse TM., Gleeson P., Crook S., et al. (2008).  Computational Intelligence in Electrophysiology. Studies in Computational Intelligence. 122, 325-359.
Holmes, W. R., Jung R., & Roberts P. (2008).  Computational Neuroscience (CNS*2008). BMC Neuroscience. 9, I1.
Lytton, WW. (2008).  Computer modelling of epilepsy. Nat Rev Neurosci. 9, 626-637.
Neymotin, S., Uhlrich DJ., Manning KA., & Lytton WW. (2008).  Data mining of time-domain features from neural extracellular field data. Studies in Computational Intelligence. 151, 119-140.
Lytton, WW., Omurtag A., Neymotin S., & Hines ML. (2008).  Just-in-time connectivity for large spiking networks. ncomp. 20, 2745-2756.
Orman, R., Von Gizycki G., Lytton WW., & Stewart M. (2008).  Local axon collaterals of area ca1 support spread of epileptiform discharges within CA1, but propagation is unidirectional. Hippocampus. 18, 1021-1033.
Forgacs, PB., Gizycki H., Selesnick I., Syed NA., Ebrahim K., Avitable M., et al. (2008).  Perisaccadic parietal and occipital gamma power in light and in complete darkness. Perception. 37, 419-432.
Lytton, WW., Stewart M., & Hines ML. (2008).  Simulation of large networks: technique and progress. (Soltesz, I., & Staley K., Ed.).Computational Neuroscience in Epilepsy. 3-17.
Neymotin, S., Olypher AV., Kao HY., Kelemen E., Jozwicka AE., Lytton WW., et al. (2008).  Standardized assessment of extracellular single unit isolation quality. socns. 690, 12.